Vietnamese authors honoured at regional writers’ conference
Two Vietnamese writers have received the Mekong River Literature Prize together with ten authors from Laos , Cambodia , Thailand , China and Myanmar.Nguyen Ngoc Moc and Cao Xuan Thai were awarded at the 6th Mekong River Literature Conference held in Vientiane, Laos on December 9.
The 5th Mekong River Literature Conference was held in Cambodia
The Indochina Writers’ Conference, the predecessor of the Mekong River Literature Conference, was first held in 2007 by the Vietnam Writers’ Association to offer a chance for authors in Vietnam , Laos , Cambodia to exchange work and make friends.
With the aim of promoting solidarity, friendship and literature development in the Greater Mekong sub-region, the congress was renamed the Mekong River Literature Conference and recruited writers’ associations from Thailand, Myanmar, and China as official members.
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